Published: Mon, December 17, 2018
Global News | By Blake Casey

Jamal Khashoggi murder suspect was heard boasting, 'I know how to cut'

Jamal Khashoggi murder suspect was heard boasting, 'I know how to cut'

One of the killers of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was heard saying "I know how to cut" on the audio of the killing Turkey shared with US and European officials, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday. "His fiancee is waiting outside", Erdogan said. This week, citing its own sources, CNN reported that the audio recording of the journalist's last moments captured him saying "I can't breathe", which was followed by the sounds of his body being dismembered.

Following Khashoggi's disappearance after entering the Saudi consulate in Instanbul on October 2, Saudi Arabia had initially claimed that the journalist had left the consulate.

Given Turkey's stand, Erdogan condoned the the US Senate's move to rebuke US President Donald Trump for expressing support for MbS.

In a speech in Istanbul on Friday, Erdogan said Turkey has shared the audio recording of Khashoggi's killing with several countries, including the United States and France.

They think the world is dumb.

Khashoggi killer heard saying 'I know how to cut' on audio – Erdoğan

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan revealed new disturbing details about the murder of Washington Post contributor Jamal Khashoggi, saying one of the killers was a senior Saudi military official. The kingdom maintains that Prince Mohammed had no knowledge of the killing, which Turkey said was ordered at the highest level of Saudi leadership.

In a historic move, Senators voted 56-41 to end US military support for the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen's civil war and immediately after the votes, the Senate also backed a resolution blaming Saudi Crown Prince for Khashoggi's murder and insisting that Saudi Arabia should hold accountable anyone responsible for his death. His remains have not been found. "This nation isn't dumb and it knows how to hold people accountable", he added.

Earlier this month, Istanbul's chief prosecutor issued arrest warrants for two Saudi suspects, identified as former deputy head of Saudi intelligence and a former aide to the Saudi crown prince, over the killing of Khashoggi.

After Riyadh ruled out extraditing the two men, however, Turkey said this week that the world should seek out justice for Khashoggi under worldwide law.

The motion blamed MBS for Khashoggi's murder and urged the Saudi government to ensure "appropriate accountability" for all those responsible.

Some Kotex tampons recalled after unraveling inside bodies, leaving pieces inside
Kimberly-Clark recalled their Kotex Sleek Tampons due to a "quality-related defect", they write in a statement on their website . Canadian consumers can report adverse reactions to Health Canada through the online Health Product Complaint form .


Like this: